Pai killed net four years of handouts to Big Telecom are over.
While legal in the wake of net neutrality’s repeal, the effort to pander to baseless partisan outrage still isn’t a great idea.
Experts tell Motherboard that no, rubber stamping the whims of AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast did not result in untold riches for American consumers.
AT&T said a net neutrality repeal and tax cut would result in new jobs and more broadband investment. It's cut tens of thousands of jobs and is spending less than ever.
The FCC boss insisted at CES that ignoring the public and killing net neutrality fixed America’s broadband problems. It didn’t.
We spoke to Avijit Michael—a founding member of Jhatkaa, India’s biggest homegrown organisation for online activism—about dissent and demands in a dysfunctional democracy.
The biggest study yet finds Ajit Pai’s repeated claims that net neutrality hurt broadband investment have never been true.
With the installation of "Supernode 3," NYC Mesh now covers large swaths of both Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Ajit Pai's FCC says more Americans than ever have access to fast internet connections, but critics say the study is "fundamentally at odds with reality."
A new study shows how more broadband options should bring lower prices, assuming the promises pan out.